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Scientific support specialist needed
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DoctorsData ICIM corporate sponsor Doctor's Data, Inc., is a premier international clinical laboratory specializing in integrative medicine. A specialist and pioneer in essential and toxic elemental testing of multiple human tissues, the laboratory offers a wide array of functional testing. DDI is looking for a scientific support specialist to join its team to fill an immediate full-time position on the scientific support staff. Please address all inquiries and resumes to DDI's Director of Human Resources at mismith@doctorsdata.com.



Uranium and other contaminants in hair from the parents of children with congenital anomalies in Iraq
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Recent reports have drawn attention to increases in congenital birth anomalies and cancer in Fallujah, Iraq, blamed on teratogenic, genetic and genomic stress thought to result from depleted uranium contamination following the battles in the town in 2004. More

New health issues tied to low-level lead exposure
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Despite dramatic progress in reducing Americans' exposure to lead over the past 25 years, a growing body of research finds that children and adults still face health risks from even very low levels of the toxic metal in their blood. A recent study tallies the wide-ranging damage low-level lead exposure can do, beyond the well-documented effects of reducing youngsters' IQ and undermining their ability to learn and control their behavior. More

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Member Blog: Jonathan Wright
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Wright Dr. Jonathan Wright is the medical director of Tahoma Clinic in Renton, Wash., where he also practices medicine. Wright continues to be a forerunner in research and application of natural treatments for healthy aging and illness. Visit this ICIM member's blog to learn more about his approach. More

Dental fillings linked to kids' behavior problems
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Since the 1970s, dentists have been using tooth-colored fillings that contain derivatives of the controversial chemical bisphenol A, or BPA, in favor of the metal amalgam fillings. Now a new analysis on dental fillings in children suggests these nonmetal fillings may contribute to behavioral problems. More

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Healing With Language: Rapport
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It will come as no surprise to you that the clients or patients with whom you have good rapport will not only be more compliant with your directions, but very well may also get better results from following them. We all tend to like others we think are like us and feel more comfortable with those we consider similar. It is best when rapport just happens naturally as people believe, value and enjoy the same or similar things as you do. Even when you lack good "natural" rapport with someone, you can establish "situational" rapport by paying attention to the person's nonverbal behavior, including rate of speech and gestures. We all tend to like those we see as being like us.

People tend to speak at the rate at which they process language. Match the rate the other person speaks. If he or she speaks very quickly and you tend to speak slowly, you can easily increase your pace. If he or she speaks very slowly and you tend to speak quickly, slow down. You don't have to match the other person's rate of speech exactly, but the closer you are the other's rate of speech, the better you will be understood.

Match the other person's vocabulary. Before you provide a more technical description of what's going on with your clients or patients, parrot-phrase what they said, using their language so that they can be sure that you heard them. You can then introduce them to the correct vocabulary while maintaining rapport.

Match or mirror the other person's gestures. Matching is gesturing from the same side (right or left) as the other. Mirroring is a "mirror image" gesture with the opposite side. While an exact match of all the gestures of the other person would not win friends and influence clients or patients, similar postures and gestures increase another person's sense of familiarity. If the other person uses big, flamboyant gestures, and you tend to be "self-contained," open up a bit. The same is true in the reverse. If you're the flamboyant one and your client is restrained, reduce your tendency to use big gestures and notice the connection you can make. Matching someone else doesn't have to be exact to be effective.

Improving your ability to establish rapport quickly and easily is one of the easiest ways to increase your effectiveness with your clients or patients — and with everyone you encounter.

Send your questions about communication to Joel P. Bowman or Debra Basham, co-developers of SCS Matters, LLC. We will provide answers to those for you. For more information about Healing with Language: Your Key to Effective Mind-Body Communication, neurolinguistic programming, hypnosis or hypnotherapy, or about the imagine healing process, visit www.SCS-Matters.com or ImagineHealing.info.


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Connect With Us: Best lectures
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As you make plans to come to ICIM's fall meeting, "Sex, Lies and Hormones," Sept 19-23, try a few lecture samples from our Best of ICIM series, available on our website www.icimed.com, including a teaser from fall speaker Marianne Marchese, ND. More

The new science behind America's deadliest diseases
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What do heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, stroke and cancer have in common? Scientists have linked each of these to a condition known as chronic inflammation, and they are studying how high-fat foods and excess body weight may increase the risk for fatal disorders. More

Dietary treatment for Crohn's disease
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VideoBrief Inflammation has recently emerged as an important player in the development of age-related disability and many of our major chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. Now that laboratory tests such as C-reactive protein have been developed, we can measure the effects different foods and diets have on inflammatory markers. More

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Questioning surgery for early prostate cancer
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A new study shows that prostate cancer surgery, which often leaves men impotent or incontinent, does not appear to save the lives of men with early-stage disease, who account for most cases, and many of these men would do just as well to choose no treatment at all. More

Agribusiness sneaks deregulation of genetically modified foods into farm bill
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Buried in the House farm bill, approved by the House Agriculture Committee recently, is the agribusiness industry's latest attempt to shed regulations restricting new genetically engineered crops. While the bill's massive food stamps cuts elicited widespread outcry, the industry quietly inserted provisions to rush new crops onto the market after only a cursory review of their safety. More

FDA makes it official: BPA can't be used in baby bottles and cups
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The Food and Drug Administration said baby bottles and children's drinking cups could no longer contain bisphenol A, or BPA, an estrogen-mimicking industrial chemical used in some plastic bottles and food packaging. But the new prohibition does not apply more broadly to the use of BPA in other containers, said FDA spokesman Steven Immergut. More

Meditation, exercise may cut sick days from colds
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Meditating or exercising could drastically cut the number of days people feel sick and miss work due to respiratory illnesses like colds and the flu, according to new research. The findings are based on a small study and need to be confirmed. "But if our results turn out to be true ... that's monumental," said Dr. Bruce Barrett of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who led the work. More
 

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